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Jamshedpur boy tops Kolhan in JEE Advanced, scores AIR 291

Jamshedpur, Oct 16:  Students of Jamshedpur have registered stellar performance in Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Advanced whose results were declared on Friday, October 15. Vaibhav Seth of Jamshedpur emerged as the Kolhan topper with an All India Rank (AIR) of 291. Vaibhav is the son of former Tatanagar Railway Station official Abhimanyu Seth. The second position was bagged by Ayush Kumar (AIR 297), son of Doctor Rajesh of Baridih. With AIR 431, Yash Kumar of Carmel Junior College, Sonari was third in the topper list from Jamshedpur.     

It is worth mentioning that Vaibhav Seth had topped JEE (Main) 2021 with All India Rank 401.

It may be noted that IIT Kharagpur declared the JEE Advanced result on the day of Dussehra on Friday. 700 IIT aspirants from Kolhan took the test.

Talking about his achievement JEE Advanced topper Vaibhav said that the Advanced syllabus is easy but one needs complete focus on each subject to get success and he got enough time to prepare for the entrance test which proved to be beneficial. Vaibhav informed that for Advanced test depth of knowledge is required for Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects.

“I want to study computer science from top five IITs and want to enter the field of research just like my brother Shreyas,” said Vaibhav who seemed completely satisfied with result.

Vaibhav’s father Abhimanyu Seth is a former railway official while mother Anamika Seth is botany teacher. Currently the entire family resides in Kota.

Vaibhav informed that he studied till class VIII from Loyola School, Jamshedpur. Later he moved to Mumbai and completed his matriculation.

He did his class 12 from Kota. The family used to live at Khasmahal while his father was working in railways.

Talking about the exam preparation, Vaibhav stated that due to Covid-19 outbreak, he got lot of time to study from the comfort of his home.

After JEE Main he was completely focused on JEE Advanced and studied for about ten hours daily and solved different questions which proved beneficial.

“Self study is very important for a person to crack entrance exam. Along with studies I give equal importance to physical fitness and practiced Yoga for one hour daily without miss, Vaibhav added.

He also gave credit for his success to Narayana Academy Jamshedpur whose Test series guided him a lot and the online classes boosted his morale.

JEE Advanced 2021 was organised in two shifts on October 3, 2021. JEE Advanced is conducted for undergraduate (UG) admission to institutes including Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs).

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